The country’s fortunes changed swiftly following the 11 September terrorist attacks on the United States. Almost overnight, the Karimov regime tranformed itself from an object of perpetual international criticism into a valuable player in the international “war against terror.” by Roger D. Kangas The year 2001 started with the international community’s continued criticism of Uzbekistan […]

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